The ICC and the Yugoslav Tribunal: Upholding International Criminal Law?

The speakers addressed challenges facing the two courts, including the perception of ICC bias against Africa, the recent case law of the ICTY Appeals Chamber, and the future of international criminal justice. | Listen to the event audio

This event was held in partnership with The Hague Institute for Global Justice.

For more information, please contact Catherine Wanjiku.

Participants:

  • Fatou Bensouda, ProsecutorInternational Criminal Court
  • Judge Theodor Meron, PresidentInternational Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
  • Dr Abiodun Williams, PresidentThe Hague Institute for Global Justice
  • Elizabeth Wilmshurst, Asoociate FellowInternational Law Programme, London

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